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jhemann1
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removing abbyy finereader 6.0 sprint

I have windows xp, removed hp printer all in one j410 series but abbyy finereader 6.0 sprint is still on there. I want to remove this but there is no option to remove or uninstall.

 

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Gordon_H
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Re: removing abbyy finereader 6.0 sprint

Hi jhemann1,

 

Is there an entry in Control Panel>Add/Remove programs?

 

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jhemann1
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Re: removing abbyy finereader 6.0 sprint

it is in the add/remove programs, but there is no option to remove it.

 

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Gordon_H
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Re: removing abbyy finereader 6.0 sprint

What about a "change" option?

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Re: removing abbyy finereader 6.0 sprint

again, there is no option to do any of that. 

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Re: removing abbyy finereader 6.0 sprint

Hmmm...it could be that it is uninstalled, but XP is just not recognizing it as such? I have had this happen on XP (back in the day). Here is a link to a Microsoft tool called Fixit that may help:

 

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2438651/

 

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